fibromuscular


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fi·bro·mus·cu·lar

a. fibromuscular, de naturaleza muscular y fibrosa;
___ dysplasiadisplasia ___.
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Furthermore, as some of these tumours seemingly have no radiological connection to the lateral horn or transition zone, it remains plausible that they are truly anterior fibromuscular in origin.
The two sides may be connected by a fibromuscular band, or there may be no connection and no communication between the two uterine cavities.
Arterial causes of pulsatile tinnitus include carotid artery stenosis, carotid occlusion, dissection, fibromuscular dysplasia, a persistent stapedial artery, and an aberrant or lateralized internal carotid artery course.
Other risk factors known to be associated with artery dissections were screened as follows: use of oral contraceptives or postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy at the time of the event, migraine, hyperhomocysteinemia, fibromuscular dysplasia (if detected during digital subtraction angiography procedures), and a history of connective tissue disorders.
Matsumoto's clinical practice includes therapies for many conditions including critical limb ischemia, vascular malformations, fibromuscular dysplasia, portal hypertension and genitourinary and biliary diseases; abdominal and thoracic aortic stent grafting for aortic dissections, traumatic injury and aneurysms; stenting for peripheral, renal and mesenteric arterial and central venous disease; IVC filtration, catheter-directed thrombolysis and mechanical thrombectomy for deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism; and MR-guided focused ultrasound and embolotherapy for uterine fibroids.
Hernias of the abdominal wall occur through defects in fibromuscular tissue, which can be congenital or acquired.
Other risk factors include high blood pressure, fibromuscular disease (causing abnormal cell growth in artery walls), migraine headaches, pregnancy (which loosens connective tissue throughout the body) and a recent respiratory tract infection.
As this was suggestive of fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD), she was referred for invasive renal artery angiography.
The pubocervical fascia is a common surgical term for the fibromuscular coat of the vaginal epithelium.
It should also not be tried in anatomically unsuitable renal arteries (diameter <4 mm; length <20 mm; fibromuscular dysplasia; significant renal artery stenosis) or in cases of secondary and treatable causes of hypertension (72).
The TDLUs were composed of a terminal duct surrounded by a lobule supported by dense fibromuscular stroma (Figure 2, A).
Generalized pathologic conditions associated with spontaneous bleeding have included segmental arterial mediolysis (segmental mediolytic arteritis), systemic lupus erythematosus, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type IV (9), fibromuscular dysplasia (9), hypertension, polycythemia vera, and Wegener's granulomatosis (6).